Witchcraft and . . superstitious record in the south-western district of Scotland : witchcraft, fairy lore, wraiths, death customs, ghost lore ... [NOOK Book]

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  • BN ID: 2940022053845
  • Publisher: Dumpfries : J. Maxwell
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Digitized from 1911 volume
  • File size: 458 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 6, 2013

    High~ByRee( chapter 1)

    Chapter 1:
    Some scary sh<_>it man! I was so tired from last nights party yesturday at Brandons. Which my parents don't know about because I sneaked out. Me and my girlfriends were drunk as fu<_>ck...well I was. Not so much them. After that I have no clue what happened.
    I'm here in my room. In a deep sleep almost lika coma when my little sister, Lena, busts in yelling "COBRA DI<_>CKS!!!"(not what she said but thats what it sounded like beacause she had marshemllows in her mouth)My eyes popped open quick! I thought someone let off a bomb or some shiz. Then she jumps on my bed wrestling and elbowing me in the stomache.
    I pushed her off and looked at the clock.7:30 a.m. Smh.Fu<_>ckin midget.

    "W.th do you want? Its 7am...get out"I said pushing her off me.

    "But I'm bored! And everyone else is up but you! Play with me! Pleaaase!"she wined shaking me.

    "Dam Lena go away! I'm not playing with you! Go f ur fricken rabbit stuffed animal n sit ur @$$ down n watch power puff girls or wtever!".I pulled the covers over my head and rolled over.

    "But Alex! I have noone to-"

    "Ugh. I promise I'll play with you later!"

    Silence. I pull off my covers n look over at her.
    "What else you want? A fu<_>ckin twinkie n a balloon?"

    She rolls her eyes and walks out muttering to herself.


    (To be continued next res)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 4, 2013

    More scholarly than spooky

    Full of interesting information on the practice, belief, and methods of dealing with witches, ghosts, fairies, brownies, wraiths, etc. in Scotland during the 19th C. and before. Excellent resource for students of history or those authors interested in telling a story involving the supernatural in old Scotland. The scanning errors make for some complicated reading here and there, especially where Scottish dialect is used, but the glossary at the end is a huge help.

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